The 2017 film was distributed by A24 and stars Bill Pullman, Peter Fonda and Tommy Flanagan.
They are: Clara Sola, Murina, Libertad, Down With The King and Are You Lonesome Tonight? as well as the short films Céu de Agosto (August Sky) and Ma Shelo Nishbar (If It Ain’t Broke).
Alumna Lisa Cholodenko '97 directed three episodes of the Netflix series Unbelievable, which premiered in September with rave reviews.
Carol Becker, Faculty Dean of Columbia University School of the Arts, announced that John Turturro, the award-winning actor best known for his roles in O Brother, Where Art Thou? and The Big Lebowski, will be the speaker at the school's virtual graduate recognition, which will be posted online on Wednesday, May 20th at 2pm. The celebration will welcome the school's MFA graduates in film, theater, visual arts and writing, as well as MA graduates in film and media studies.
Warner Bros. Animation is bringing back the 1984 classic Gremlins in a new animation show.
The final season of DuckTales, a series co-produced and written by alumnus Francisco Angones '11 and written by alumni Robert Snow '10, Christian Magalhaes '10 and Rachel Vine '06, will have a 90-minute series finale
Alumna Larysa Kondracki '01 will direct three episodes of the highly anticipated TV miniseries Picnic at Hanging Rock, which premieres in May 2018.
Set in contemporary India with sardonic undertones, the film revolves around the grueling rise of a Bangalore driver who emerges from lower Indian caste society to become a chauffeur and successful entrepreneur.
The winners were announced during the 36th Annual Awards Ceremony on April 22nd.
Alumna Melis Aker '18 joins Alumna Julia May Jonas '12 as a new member of the Ars Nova Plays Group 2019. The Play Group is a two-year residency where members become part of the Ars Nova resident artist community.
Our father, the devil (Mon Père, Le Diable), staged by alumna Ellie Foumbi '17, was selected as one of the four projects going through the final stages of the College Cinema Initiative of the Biennale di Venezia.
The play is about Netflix's latest docu-drama, Casting JonBenet, about the mysterious death of six-year-old pageant queen JonBenet Ramsey in Boulder, Colorado, in the winter of December 1996.
The Dragon Prince is an animated fantasy streaming series by Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond. It is a story of two civilizations, one who possesses the power of magic and people who naturally have no access to magic.
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival will premiere 27 films and an immersive AI project that will represent the work of Columbia University filmmakers in writing, directing and producing, as well as many other positions including Editor, Script Supervisor, Co-Producer, Unit Production Manager, Casting Director, Post Production Supervisor, Casting Director and Executive Producer.
It was named Best TV Show, Best Director, and Best Actress for Elena Wohl at the 2021 New York City International Film Festival and was voted Best TV / Webisode at the Hollywood Just 4 Shorts Festival in May of this year.
TV writing professor Frank Pugliese has been selected as the next showrunner on the critically and commercially acclaimed Netflix series House of Cards and works with writer Melissa James Gibson’91 GS.
Four films by Columbia filmmakers are listed among the 56 films that were selected for official selection from a total of 2,067 films submitted.
The novel follows the main character Judith Stone, who sinks into her and finally tries to break free of sexual obsession and control.
The storyline for the series is being developed and filmed in Spanish with local crew and talent in Mexico.
The special streaming program on the Criterion Channel on June 17th will highlight Gordon's influential role in the independent cinema community.